26 July 2015
Category: News
26 July 2015,

Time is running out for you to have your say about the future of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
in Australia.

The Australian Government through the Department of Industry and Science is calling for feedback on a paper from the nation’s Chief Scientist on science policy and how STEM feeds into this.  Submissions are closing this Friday 13/7/2105.

The skills taught in STEM are attractive to employers and give students a wide range of possibilities for future career paths. If you have time, the paper is very interesting and your input can help shape the future of STEM.

The Vision for a Science Nation paper can be found at:

And the call for feedback: https://consult.industry.gov.au/science-and-commercialisation-policy-division/vision-for-a-science-nation/consult_view

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